Park Language May Be On The Way In FDA Warnings To OTC Firms
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Food and drug attorney Frederick Stearns predicts FDA soon will include Park Doctrine language threatening criminal charges against individuals at OTC firms, in part because the language appears in letters to dietary supplement firms. The agency also is sending more GMP warning letters to drug companies.
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